Celebrating Jimi Hendrix Live in Maui

On July 30th, 1970, The Jimi Hendrix Experience: Mitch Mitchell (drums) and Billy Cox (bass) played their penultimate U.S. show on their Cry of Love Tour—their final tour. The outdoor concert was plagued with technical difficulties, mainly due to high winds, but the trio managed to play a solid show that was comprised of two sets.

Over the years, the recorded performance was shelved due to the technical problems, and other live recordings of the Atlanta International Pop Festival and the Isle of Wight were selected to be released as live albums. It wasn't until recently that this recorded performance has been included in the list of the band's concerts as one of his most dynamic and contextually eclectic performances.  

Jimi Hendrix Live in Maui Funko POP! Vinyl

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of this historic performance the live recording was released in November 2020. In addition to this, Funko has released the Jimi Hendrix Live in Maui Jacket Pop! Vinyl Figure. It is meticulously created down to the detail of the jacket he wore during the performance, and the white Fender Stratocaster he played.

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